• doctorindy

    ★★★★ Added by doctorindy

    Una de las experiencias más épicas que he vivido en el cine. Salí levitando.

    Me da PÁNICO volverla a ver y que se me caiga más de lo que ya se me ha caído. La dejo en 4 estrellas por pura fe.


  • tacomapmogul

    ★★★½ Added by tacomapmogul

    It gives me great joy to do random impressions of Bane.


  • Adamantius

    ★★★½ Watched by Adamantius 31 Jul, 2013

    The Dark Knight Rises comes across as an effective cinematic conclusion to the Nolan brothers reboot of the franchise. In terms of characters, this film is bigger than the previous two. It takes for granted that the world of Batman has been created to hold all of the characters. Unfortunately, that is not the case. For film fans with little or no background in the comics, more time and character development is needed. This film also lacks the psychological character…


  • Brandon McGee

    ★★★ Added by Brandon McGee

    Beautifully photographed and well-acted as it may be, The Dark Knight Rises all but falls apart due to a hole-riddled script and a looming air of "what could have been" when one finds out was the film's original story was going to be.


  • Gab24

    ★★★★ Added by Gab24

    that fourth star goes out to my girl selina


  • Alex Perez

    ★★½ Rewatched by Alex Perez 30 Apr, 2015 2

    Yap. I continue to rewatch this movie, and I continue to like it less and less each time. I still retain my position that the first half of the film is near perfect. I feel the first half delivers almost everything that was promised of the film, and the setup and development of the story and characters I feel was very well done up to that point. After that, however, things really start to take a turn for the worst.…


  • Miguel Ian Raya

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Miguel Ian Raya 27 Apr, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Dark Knight Rises is not a five star straight-up classic like “The Dark Knight” or “Batman Begins” but it’s far from the disappointment that some people lay at its feet. It is still a great film and in many ways, it is the most rewatchable of the trilogy, a rousing epic in the mold of David Lean or Akira Kurosawa, and much less streamlined than its immediate predecessor, but also arguably more interesting for its nuance and the way…


  • Dangermoose

    ★★★★ Added by Dangermoose 2

    A bit long. And Wasn't a huge fan of Bane. But it's still Batman. A rewatch may result in a downgrade to 3.5.


  • jhonplayer

    Rewatched by jhonplayer 28 Apr, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

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  • Courtney Simmons

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Courtney Simmons 22 Apr, 2015

    I am a sucker for the Dark Knight trilogy, so it takes a lot for me give bad criticism, but let's talk about that love scene between Bruce Wayne and Miranda Tate. To be as colloquial as possible, there was literally no sound reason for it. None. Zilch. Nada. There was no shred of a connection between the two in the scenes leading up to the love scene. It seemed like a seriously cheap scene to add a little sex…


  • courtneyjones

    Added by courtneyjones

    Christopher Nolan nailed the final piece to the puzzle in the Dark Knight trilogy. I was hooked from beginning to end of the film. Being a fan of the Dark Knight and following the series throughout all three films I was yet again impressed with the rawness of the footage. Nolan aims to achieve realness, I feel as if I went through the struggle along with Batman. The way Nolan depicts New York City corruption is tasteful. This movie fictionally…


  • Chip

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Chip 24 Apr, 2015

    The Avengers was all about super heroes getting folded into the military machine - even when they don't agree with the military's goal and push back, they are still manipulated into doing what the state needs them to do. And the stakes have gotten so big that it's not just the world at stake, nay - it's the universe! Super heroes should operate independently of the government. But the Marvel movies have assured that super heroes work for the man…